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The Inside Story of Scotland Yard

By: Firmin, Stanley

Price: $12.00

Publisher: London, Hutchinson & Co. Ltd: 1951

Edition: Reprint

Seller Id: 44779

Condition: Near Fine


Blue cloth hardcover with light color loss at sharp tips and bumped spine ends. First cheap edition 1951. 186 pp. Unclipped professionally reproduced dj in new mylar displays well with light color loss at extremities but no chips or tears/loss. Frt board lightly bowed, no names, tears or soil. 18 illustrations. The story is the equivalent of a personal tour behind the scenes of the world's greatest and most efficient organization for combating crime - Scotland Yard (from front dj flap). View more info

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Policeman Small

By: Lenski, Lois

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NY, Henry Z. Walc, Inc: 1962

Seller Id: 26699

Condition: Very Good


Tight bright hardcover exlib with all pages and pocket present. 1962 date at foot of title page as well as on copyright pg but does not state 1st Edition. Light blue cloth boards display well, illust endpps moderately soiled, some finger soil in text. Front dj upper flap clipped but original $2.75 price remains at foot of frt flap. View more info

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Trooper Tales #2. The Book With More Bizarre, Odd and Funny Short Stories SIGNED

By: Mitchell, Roger Wills Sr. Retired Master Trooper and Sheriff

Price: $35.00

Publisher: VA, Branner Printing: 2005

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller Id: 28676

ISBN: 0974137219

Condition: Fine


Fine 1st edition signed by author on fep: To Tomi & Wendy. Hope You Enjoy the Book! I Know These Are True. Roger W. Mitchell, Sr. March 25, 2006. 109 p. Author served with the VA State Police and shares stories of his work experiences. View more info

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Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.

By: Somerville, E. OE., and Martin Ross

Price: $28.00

Publisher: London, Longmans, Green and Co.: 1928

Edition: New Edition (2nd)

Seller Id: 47035

Condition: Good


Sixth printing of the new edition printed from fresh type hardcover in 1928. A straight and sharp hardcover in bright red cloth covered boards with bright gilt spine title. Frt cover has a gorgeous embossed custom emblem consisting of Celtic interwoven lines with two dragons heads and the author's initials on either ends in circles. Book has sharp tips and bumped spine ends, plus a 1" x 2" mouse chew through the jacket and backstrip of book that affects the text not at all. One tidy name on fep and faint foxing on the edges of the page block. Price clipped original cream backg... View more info

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Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.

By: Somerville, E. OE., and Martin Ross

Price: $22.00

Publisher: London, Longmans, Green and Co.: 1947

Seller Id: 47048

Condition: Good


A straight and sharp hardcover in rust cloth covered boards with bright gilt spine title. Book has sharp tips and bumped spine ends. Two tiny, tidy names on fep and faint foxing on the edges of the page block. Un-clipped original cream background dust jacket has small chips at tips and spine ends and a 3" split from the foot up on the rear panel/spine corner. There is a triangular fade mark on the foot of spine cloth from a previously folded under bit, now straightened out and displays well. e straightman narrator, observer, and regular butt of hundreds of hilarious trials and mishap... View more info

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A Hero Named George A True Story of an Undercover Police Officer TWICE SIGNED

By: Stowers, Carlton

Price: $20.00

Publisher: TX, Community Justice Foundation of Texas: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed By Author & Illustrator

Seller Id: 30652

ISBN: 096310280X

Condition: Near Fine


1st edition hardcover, author's presentation copy, signed by author and illustrator on fep with gift dedication for the Jack's family. Glossy pictorial boards & illustrated pages tight and bright with lightly bumped (not rubbed) spine ends. SUMMARY: Story of a young police officer who was killed while working undercover as a high school student in Midlothian, Texas. Includes page of discussion questions for young readers. The adult version of this story is Innocence Lost which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. View more info